Sarah Wilbanks translucents with an urban vibe on

Seattle’s Sarah Wilbanks distresses her translucent slices and turns thin concave polymer ovals into fashionable urban grunge earrings. They’re sold at the Seattle Art Museum in combination with the Yaoki Kusama exhibit which is full of color and repeated patterns.

Sarah’s workspace is surprisingly compact as she explains, “I create my polymer clay and silver jewelry in my cozy and colorful studio apartment in Seattle just a few blocks from the new Amazon campus. It’s amazing how little space you need to create jewelry. I have a jewelers bench in my hallway, a polymer work table in my kitchen and a soldering station in my hall closet.”

Translucent polymer lured Sarah back to polymer and she’s developed several variations of carved shapes that are both graphic and primitive in their appeal. You’ll find her work on Instagram, Etsy, and Facebook.

  • reply PiperPixieDesigns ,

    I’m headed to the Seattle area in a couple of weeks for an expo, I’ll have to carve out some time to head to the museum! I’ve been several times and it’s wonderful and reignites the imagination every time I go ???

    • reply Sarah Wilbanks ,

      Hi PiperPixie,

      The show is awesome and sold out so be sure to arrive before they open at 10am to get a timed ticket for that day. Have fun!

    • reply Sarah Wilbanks ,

      Thanks Cynthia! It was so delightful to wake up to a flurry of new followers and likes on Instagram and to discover your post today about my new earrings. 🙂 THANK YOU!

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